North Elmham travelling once again, this time to East Harling, won the toss again and elected to bowl first in some really bright pleasant conditions. It did not take long for George Bridges to make the first breakthrough when he had Robert Free caught at slip. This brought Robert Dyke who was to prove the anchor of the innings (66) to the crease who kept the score board ticking over with support from Barry Wells (24) and Stuart Hilton (26). The introduction of Ballman into the bowling attack (3-24) ensured that North Elmham picked up a steady stream of wickets towards the back end of the innings as East Harling finally posted 185-9.
During tea the sky clouded over